There are many ways to find a new job these days. We know this because we’ve written about many of them. Whether it’s an innovative service that lets you tap into the power of social media, or a super effective job board with specific opportunities in your field, there are more paths than ever for employers and potential employees to find each other. Today we share with you SPIE’s niche job board (The SPIE Career Center) for technical professionals, and how it can help advance your career.
The SPIE Career Center provides an online job board to help engineers, scientists, researchers, sales managers and other technical professionals secure jobs in the fields of optics, photonics, and imaging disciplines (like the trendy, cool light-based technologies and applications). New discoveries in this field open the door to creating new clean energy sources, diagnosing and treating illnesses more effectively, engineering the latest gaming console, or developing the next security gadget for airports – the possibilities with optics and photonics are endless.
In addition to applying for these technical jobs online, you can stay informed in the industry with the latest news and career advice feeds, build your network by attending SPIE’s job fairs or taking an SPIE educational course, and gain professional exposure by posting your CV/resume online for employers to see – and it’s all free.
Thousands of companies have found qualified employees through the site, enabled by its highly targeted audience, competitive job posting packages, and job fairs at leading industry events. Among some of the typical pure-play optics companies like Newport and Edmund Optics, you will also see job openings from larger multinational companies like Hamamatsu, Raytheon, Intel, and Microsoft. If you are an employer interested in tapping into this niche talent pool, visit the SPIE Career Center to post your technical position today.
You can read more about all of the exciting stuff going on with SPIE Career Center by clicking over to this press release on the SPIE website. Whether you’re a recent graduate, or considering a career change, visit the SPIE Career Center to make your next move. Good Luck!
The SPIE Career Center is a subsidiary service of SPIE – The International Society for Optics and Photonics, a not-for-profit organization, which has been around since 1955 with the primary goal to advance light-based technologies. The society services nearly 225,600 constituents from approximately 150 countries and apart from their Career Center, SPIE holds some of the largest technical conferences and exhibitions in the industry.
Short About – SPIE Career Center
Website: SPIE Career Center
About: The not-for-profit society advances emerging technologies through interdisciplinary information exchange, continuing education, publications, patent precedent, and career and professional growth.
Leadership & Governance: SPIE relies on hundreds of individuals who volunteer their time and talents in a variety of roles, influencing and shaping the Society to meet the needs of its members and constituents.
Code Of Ethics: The Society’s code of ethics supports its efforts to advance light-based research and technologies for the betterment of the human condition.
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